Competency & Skill taxonomy

Competency & Skill taxonomy

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Business administration

 πŸ“–  Accounting & Financial Management 

 πŸ“–  Account payable management 

 πŸ“–  Accounting Systems 

 πŸ“–  Auditing 

 πŸ“–  Bookkeeping 

 πŸ“–  Budget management 

 πŸ“–  Commercial Banking 

 πŸ“–  Corporate finance 

 πŸ“–  Cost control 

 πŸ“–  Credit Control 

 πŸ“–  Equity Management 

 πŸ“–  Financial accounting 

 πŸ“–  Insurance Management 

 πŸ“–  Investment Banking 

 πŸ“–  Management Accounting 

 πŸ“–  Merger & Acquisition 

 πŸ“–  Tax Accounting 

 πŸ“–  Administration & Law 

 πŸ“–  Administrative Assistance 

 πŸ“–  Commercial Law 

 πŸ“–  Contract Law 

 πŸ“–  Contract management 

 πŸ“–  Corporate Law 

 πŸ“–  Dispute resolution 

 πŸ“–  Governance & Policy fluency 

 πŸ“–  Intellectual Property (IP) 

 πŸ“–  International Law 

 πŸ“–  Labor and Employment Law 

 πŸ“–  Legal Assistance 

 πŸ“–  Taxation Law 

 πŸ“–  Health Security & Environment (HSE) 

 πŸ“–  Management & HR 

 πŸ“–  Business Management 

 πŸ“–  Business partnering 

 πŸ“–  Business strategy 

 πŸ“–  Change management 

 πŸ“–  Compensation & Benefits management 

 πŸ“–  Compliance Management 

 πŸ“–  Continuous improvement 

 πŸ“–  Continuous performance management 

 πŸ“–  Corporate governance 

 πŸ“–  Entrepreneurship 

 πŸ“–  HR systems 

 πŸ“–  Innovative instructional design 

 πŸ“–  Leadership 

 πŸ“–  Learning & Development 

 πŸ“–  Managing vision and purpose 

 πŸ“–  Organizational Management 

 πŸ“–  Payroll Administration 

 πŸ“–  People Analytics 

 πŸ“–  People management 

 πŸ“–  Personnel Management 

 πŸ“–  Risk Management 

 πŸ“–  Strategic thinking 

 πŸ“–  Strategic Workforce planning 

 πŸ“–  Talent & Career Management 

 πŸ“–  Talent Acquisition  

 πŸ“–  Project management 

 πŸ“–  Time estimation 

 πŸ“–  Supply chain management 

 πŸ“–  Logistics 

 πŸ“–  Logistics Planning 

 πŸ“–  Procurement 

 πŸ“–  Transport Operations Management 

 πŸ“–  Vendor management 

 πŸ“–  Sustainability management 

 πŸ“–  Circular economy management 


How to successfully learn ?

Training is important to succeed at your job or grow in your career? Before getting started, remember to use a blended approach.

Active Learning such as paid or free online courses (check our subtopic tags for suggestions), physical classes, reading case studies or books about will of course be useful, but not sufficient to fully master the skill and retain it in the long run. Active Learning such as online elearning classes are usually a good start, but remember they represent only 10% of your overall learning journey.

People learn better when interacting with peers, we are wired that way. Your development plan should feature Social Learning, which can be achieved internally at your company through reviews, mentoring or coaching, but can also be done externally through peer exchanges or networking. Check our development plans for examples.

Also consider putting your skills into practice, this is 70% of the learning! Discuss with your manager or colleagues ways to work on individual or group projects where you could be using , we call those Stretch assignments. If you are what those projects could look like, you can look at our position development plans for examples.

Good luck on your journey to learn .